- Nomzamo Mbatha and Bonang Matheba have been revealed as the hosts of this year's Global Citizen Live in New York
- The worldwide concert will take place on Saturday, 25 September and our girls are ready to showcase their talent on the world stage
- Both the Mzansi media personalities said they will continue to for the eradication of extreme poverty and other issue affecting poor countries
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Nomzamo Mbatha and Bonang Matheba have been announced as the hosts of this year's Global Citizen Live. The show will take place in New York, US on Saturday, 25 September. The worldwide event takes place across six continents.
The Coming 2 America actress shared that as a Global Citizen advocate, they will continue to fight for the eradication of extreme poverty, vaccine equity and climate change.
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"I’m really excited to be on stage once again on September 25th in New York City."
Thuso Mbedu to star alongside English actor John Boyega in 'The Woman King'
In other news about Mzansi stars flying the country's flag high on the world stage, Briefly News reported that Thuso Mbedu will star alongside popular English actor, John Boyega in a new movie. The excited South African actress took to social media to retweet John's post about the film.
Thuso Mbedu and John will join the likes of Viola Davis as part of the cast of the historical drama titled The Woman King which is based on true events.
John took to Twitter recently to share the exciting news. He will play the role of King Ghezo in the movie. The thespian shared that he was looking forward and proud to share the set with the likes of Thuso and Viola. He said:
"I will be joining this incredible cast as King Ghezo. Very excited to create with you all @violadavis @ThusoMbedu @GPBmadeit."
John also took to Instagram and shared that the movie is based on true events. Tweeps took to Thuso and John's comment sections on the micro-blogging app to congratulate them.